People with EOSINOPHILIC DISORDERS who rely on medical foods

Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is an inflammatory condition in which eosinophils (a certain type of white blood cell) infiltrate the esophageal wall. This typically occurs in response to foods or aeroallergens. Typical symptoms include difficulty swallowing, pain, nausea, regurgitation, and vomiting. Over time, the disease can cause the esophagus to narrow (a stricture), which can result in food impaction and require emergency removal.

A. Jay

EOSINOPHILIC DISORDERS · Texas
Annual cost: $6000

It would end the never ending anxiety of worrying about whether I can feed my son who has Eosinophilic esophagitis. My insurance will ...

Sarah

EOSINOPHILIC DISORDERS · Georgia

Sarah, who lives near Atlanta, GA, was a healthy baby, born full term to a mom who had a normal and healthy pregnancy. She was ...

Cade

EOSINOPHILIC DISORDERS · Georgia
Annual cost: $5520

Cade, who lives near Atlanta, GA, was diagnosed with a cow’s milk allergy around 5 months old after he developed a rash after ...

The Medical Nutrition Equity Act will provide key support for those Americans who rely on medical foods to survive and thrive.